Padres' 2011 PCL Pitcher of the Year

Summary: There really isn't any other way to put it; Tucson is a rotten place to pitch. But the scary part is that there are actually better places to hit in the PCL including Colorado Springs, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City to name a few. In other words, pitching statistics where the ball doesn't sink or come down should be taken with a big grain of salt.
November 1, 2011

Portland Pitcher of the Year

Summary: The San Diego Padres Triple-A affiliate rarely found a consistent rotation that could be relied upon to stop the bleeding. Most of the success here came from moving parts that were transitioned in and out.
December 5, 2010

Padres Prospect Pulse: Stock Rising

Filled with helium, these San Diego Padres prospects are making a quick ascension up the prospect ranks with terrific seasons through the first half. We take a look at several prospects from each level.
June 22, 2010

Portland Beavers 2010 Season Preview

Synopsis: The Portland squad, as it is most years, is really more of a taxi squad for the San Diego Padres than a prospect laden minor league team, but there is some talent. Lance Zawadzki could become the Padres second baseman in 2011 and pitcher Wade LeBlanc and outfielder Aaron Cunningham, both of whom barely missed qualifying for prospect status, should see time in San Diego during the season.
April 5, 2010

Spring Training Notebook XI

Peoria, AZ: The San Diego Padres Double-A and Triple-A teams were home on Thursday, and it was pitching that ruled the day with impressive performances from quite a few.
March 25, 2010

Padres make roster moves

The San Diego Padres reinstated right-hander Mike Adams from the 60-day disabled list, outrighted infielder Chris Burke to Triple-A Portland, recalled right-hander Edwin Moreno from Portland, optioned left-hander Joe Thatcher to Portland, recalled left-hander Wade LeBlanc from Portland and placed right-hander Luis Perdomo on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left knee.
June 8, 2009

Cards Take One, Lose Two in 2008 Rule 5 Draft

Effectively, the St. Louis Cardinals end up with $50,000 for Anthony Reyes as his trade partner Luis Perdomo heads to San Francisco in the Rule 5 Draft. The Cardinals also lost Cody Haerther as expected and picked up a minor league reliever, Russ Haltiwanger.
December 11, 2008